The Barclay Classes at Pequot Library
For generations, the Barclay Classes have helped students grow into well-mannered young adults by helping them develop social skills, confidence, and poise while having fun. The program stresses the importance and practice of good manners and presents instruction in ballroom dancing. Dancing is used as a teaching vehicle using games to keep children engaged. The basic ballroom dances are taught in the third grade and then each year new steps are added as the children move through the program. Being confident and relaxed with dancing will prove to make all social events for your child fun and enjoyable. The Program Includes: Ballroom Dancing Phone Manners Respectful Behavior Conversational Skills Dining Courtesies Introductions Pride in One’s Appearance Manners for Personal Electronics Table Manners Good First Impressions Being A Good Sport Thank You Notes The Power of...Please, Thank You, May I Please, Excuse Me, After You The classes will meet approximately once per month between October and May allowing ample time for children to be involved in other activities. For more information, please visit www.thebarclayclasses.com. To enroll, please call (908) 232- 8370 or email email@example.com.
The Barclay Classes
Phone: (908) 232- 8370